Persona 4 Arena Pro Reviews
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Persona 4 Arena Reviews5
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|gamrReview||8.9/10||Aug 12 '12|
|IGN PS3||9/10||Aug 07 '12|
|Games Radar||/10||Aug 07 '12|
|GameSpot||8.0/10||Aug 07 '12|
|NowGamer||8.5/10||May 09 '13|
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Persona 4 Arena Previews
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|GameSpot||Jul 02 '12|
|GameSpot||Sep 17 '11|
|GameSpot||Sep 17 '11|
|Worthplaying||Jul 01 '12|
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"Persona 4 Arena combines the supernatural storyline of the cult classic JRPG series and the frantic, combo-centric action of the finest 2D fighters. The result is one of the most fun, polished, and fan-pleasing fighting games to date..."
"With the recent resurgence of the 2D fighting genre, Arena has the potential to outdo its big brother, BlazBlue. Its aspirations to the competitive scene will be tested by its balance at a high level. Thankfully, its arcade manifestation in Japan has shown good promise over the last three months. Series fans can get excited about an as-yet unspecified Collectors Edition, and while the game is currently limited to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, other platform versions have not been ruled out (BlazBlue recently hit the PlayStation Vita). Persona 4 Arena has big ambitions: to tell a story that's equally enjoyable to newcomers and fans from the PlayStation era; to build a fighting mechanic that is both accessible and satisfying to the hardcore; to make a splash on the competitive scene. Find out if it succeeds in mid-September."
"Persona 4 Arena is the latest fighter from developer Arc System Works and matches their high standard of quality while also being accessible for newcomers. "
"Persona 4 Arena may be a spin-off of the Persona franchise, but it has ensured that it will make its mark among fighting gamers, as well as anyone who gets their hands on this title."
"Arc System Works has been making great fighting games since I was a teenager (read: a really long time). Both of its flagship franchises -- Guilty Gear and BlazBlue -- have enjoyed a passionate niche following for years. Yet despite having standout visuals and one-of-a-kind play mechanics, they've never caught on the way Capcom's or even SNK's offerings in the genre have."
- Introduction Thread
- Europe Won't See Release This Year
- Additional content?
- Starting Characters
- PSN/X360 Tag List
- Persona 4 Arena patch KO's lag issues on Xbox 360
- Believe in the Heart of the Cards to get some cool Wallpapers
- Persona 4 Arena developer making progress with Xbox 360 patch
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